Wednesday, June 16, 2010
The Volkswagen Jetta that has radically updated to current version
In the light frame of Times Square, New York, has been officially removed the veils Volkswagen Jetta that has radically renewed respect to the current version. As anticipated, the size grew generously and German sedan is about to get even European markets.
The front. The design differs from the Golf and follows in the footsteps of the prototype of the NCC concept coupe introduced in Detroit earlier this year. The horizontal lines are markedly, while the front section V, trapezoidal headlights integrated in the radiator grille and spoiler below the bumper give the car a sporty and muscular.
The footprint of de 'Silva. In side profile you can see even more impressed by the new course Walter de 'Silva, head of the style of the German group, who worked closely with Klaus Bishoff, Head of design for the Volkswagen brand. In particular the so-called "shoulder line" (or tornado) and the large wheel that can also accommodate 18 "wheels (optional). All this gives the sedan a clean form which is taken also in the rear especially in the trunk lid and cut the headlights.
The interior finishes have been improved and have increased the possibilities for customization. New multi-function steering wheel, while the general design of the bridge matches the design of other Volkswagen same category. The rear seatbacks can kill and split asymmetrically (40/60).
Motors. In Europe, the new Volkswagen Jetta is available with six engines: a 1.2 TSI petrol engine with 105 hp, a 1.4 TSI 160 bhp, a 1.6 turbodiesel 105 bhp and a 2.0 TDI 140 bhp. To these are added the already proven petrol 1.4 TSI 122 hp and 200 hp 2.0 TSI. All versions will be offered with six-speed manual transmission while the automatic dual-clutch DSG will be suitable for all engines except the 1.2 TSI.
BlueMotion versions. Volkswagen Jetta will be offered in three trim Trendline, Comfortline and Highline. The 1.2 TSI and 1.6 TDI BlueMotion will be available in version, which includes Stop & Start system, recovering energy during braking resulting in reduced CO2 emissions of 123 g / km for the petrol version and 109 g / km for the diesel